This is part of a series of photo essays about UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station (NCBS) in Cedar Key, Florida. In this series, AEC students showcased the people working at NCBS, their research with the living shorelines, and collaborating with the local community. Check out this photo essay by Natasha Roberts as she highlights how Dr. Mark Clark and his team at NCBS have developed ways to build living shorelines to preserve the ecosystems that the shorelines support.
Click here to view Natasha’s Adobe Spark Page
Click here for a downloadable version of Natasha’s photo essay